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Something a bit different this week: a cover.

This was submitted by PANELista Andy Bennett, so he’s recusing himself. Good luck to the rest of you guys.

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    9 Responses to “Monday Morning “Guess the Artist””

    • Nate says:

      Russ Heath? Seems like maybe that’s too obvious, but it looks like him to me.

    • Tony Goins says:

      The muzzle flash is making me think Jim Aparo.

    • Nate says:

      The more I look at it the more I think I’m wrong. The hatching isn’t quite Heath, and the water splashes and the shadow on the rock face look a bit too contemporary. I’m still not sure who it is, but I think those are the “tells.
      Great choice Bennett.

    • Craig B says:

      The only artist I know of that vintage who had a military background and a fetish for drawing warplanes is Herb Trimpe. Not sure he ever did anything for DC, though.

    • Dara says:

      No correct guesses yet…it’s a toughie

    • Craig B says:

      Believe it or not, that small part of the cover where the propellor overlaps the tank jumps out at me. That plus knowing who was around DC at the time…


    • Nate says:

      I think Craig is right. The shadow has a definite Simonson quality.

    • Andy Bennett says:

      That tank is about the most outrageous shade of green I’ve ever seen. Not good for stealth, but great for making a cover jump off the shelf at you! What a beautiful piece of art.

    • Dara says:

      Craig Bogart for the win!

      Answer: This cover is by Walt Simonson. From G.I. Combat #169, DC Comics, February 1974.


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